Hi everyone! Anyone who reads my blog knows I’m a longtime Lawn Fawn fan. I finally decided to try one of the challenges. This time it’s Wonderful Winter, so I used the Winter Skies set, my Copic Ciaos, and some tips from Sandy Allnock in this amazing video. I might try this again with a pastel winter sky or maybe a fall sky/background. Take a look at Sandy’s channel for a ton of coloring tips for Copics, Watercolor, and Colored Pencils.
I was hoping to get some new stamps for Christmas...and I did! I got a bunch of new stamps from Hero Arts and Avery Elle. I had to make something right away, and here it is.
I did the above by stamping the dolls, using a Molotow masking pen, I covered them and then inked the background and stamped the white flowers. I then peeled off the masking and colored the dolls with Copics.
Using Avery Elle stamps and a bunny stamp I already had, I made this.
Finally, I used my fuse tool to make holders for gift cards.
I did some of the confetti on the inside using my confetti punch. Hopefully I'll have time to make even more stuff and use all of my new tools! Happy crafting!
This is a card I did to follow my other "Sound & Color" card from last week. I used the same artwork, but changed the background to distress ink and acetate.
I wanted to do a mashup of encouragement with my unicorn drawing as well, so I revisited that with a distress ink background as well, but used a normal card stock base.
I have some new ideas coming up soon for some of the doodles I put together.
I'll be posting cards with these in the next few days and I will try to post some tutorial videos for these techniques as well. Happy crafting!
Hi everyone! I promised a video about making that robot card and here it is! I used cardstock, markers, a stencil, Distress Ink, a robot stamp, some miniature gears, Ranger Glossy Accents, scrap acetate, foam tape, and a glue runner. Please let me know if you have any questions and feel free to leave a comment! Happy crafting.
A how to for you.